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Brennan's Kilteel Inn, Naas, Co. Kildare

Co. Kildare

Tel: +353 (0) 1 4582117
Proprietor: John & Maire Brennan

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Brennan's Kilteel Inn is a two storey, ivy clad, 100 year old building.  It is olde world with two open fires, tiled floor and pitch pine back bar and furnishings.  An old traditional pub in all it's glory!  It is full of antiques, a haunted room and endless tales of by gone times.

It is popular with Dublin City dwellers (who are just down the road) and the country community that surrounds it. 

It has two pool tables in an old style Pool Room and many other attractions.

Finger food, soup, sandwiches, tea & coffee are all supplied on request.  We provide a samll off-sales section together with a sweet section, light groceries, gas and coal.

We offer all sporting events on our 42" Plasma TV with both Sky and Setanta.  Our Smoking Area is heated and we have many meeting rooms available for various groups.

Our function room holds 150 and is ideal for all birthday parties, fund raising events and after funeral receptions.  It has its own bar and can be entered separately from the Bar and Lounge.

Kilteel Inn, known as the "Highest pub in Kildare" is on a hilltop approximately 100ft above seal level.  Views in the area are reputed to be the longest land views in Ireland.

Both the South County Dublin and Kildare Hunt Groups meet regularly at Kilteel for Drag Hunts, etc.

There are two racecourses in the parish, Punchestown and Naas.  The only parish in Ireland with two racecourses and only one pub - The Kilteel Inn!

Local Attractions

Kilteel Village and Pub are located in Kildare, on the Dublin and Wicklow borders.  It is only 14km from Dublin city centre.  It is an historic village, dating back to the 6th century with Romanesque ruins of a castle and an ancient graveyard.  Visitors come from all over the world to see Romanesque stone carvings there.

It also has a well preserved Keep (Castle).

There is a small forest in the village which contains rare flora and fauna and ancient dwarf oak trees of which there are only a few in Ireland.  It has a Preservation Order on it but can be visited.

Shopping  - There are several shopping centres within a few kilometres - The Square in Tallaght, Liffey Valley, City West and the many shops in Naas Town.

Golf - The K Club, City West, Four Lakes, Slade Valley, Beech Park, Naas (2), Tulfarns and Rathsallagh are all in the immediate vicinity.

Race Courses - Naas and Punchestown are nearby

Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Pub Quiz
  • Sport
  • Themed Nights
  • Transport


  • Baby-changing Facilities
  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • Off Licence
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area
  • Wheelchair Access


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